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NHS contracts and racial equality
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Equality and Diversity is based on the recognition that every human being is different in their own rich and varied way and such differences should be valued and respected. Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust actively promotes Equality and Diversity good practice and is an organisation that cares about having a culture and. Workforce Race Equality Standard. The aim of the Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) is to improve the experience of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) staff in the workplace. This includes employment, promotion and training opportunities. It also applies to BME people who want to work in the NHS. Equality and Human Rights. NHS Fife’s Corporate Equality and Human Rights Statement. NHS Fife is committed to making health and care accessible by eliminating discrimination, promoting inclusion and ensuring a Human Rights based approach underpins all our functions and : Nhs Fife. equality objectives, thereby meeting our statutory equality obligations. In launching the EDS, Sir David Nicholson said “Equality must lie at the heart of the NHS - its values, processes and behaviours - if we are to create a service that is personal, fairFile Size: KB.
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NHS Contracts and Racial Equality: a Guide [Commission for Racial Equality] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The current version of the NHS Standard Contract is the /20 edition: For help in using the NHS Standard Contract, please email: [email protected] If you would like to be added to our stakeholder list to receive updates on the NHS Standard Contract, please email your contact details to: [email protected] Implementing the Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) is a requirement for NHS commissioners and NHS healthcare providers including independent organisations, through the NHS standard contract.
The NHS Equality and Diversity Council announced on 31 July that it had agreed action to ensure employees from black and minority ethnic (BME. "NHS trusts have a legal responsibility both as an employer, and as a commissioner and provider of services, to meet certain requirements to promote race : John Carvel.
Naomi Priest, senior research fellow 1 2, ; Aneez Esmail, professor 3, ; Roger Kline, research fellow 4, ; Mala Rao, professor 5, ; Yvonne Coghill, director, Workforce Race Equality Standard implementation 6, ; David R Williams, Florence Sprague Norman and Laura Smart Norman professor of public health 7 8 9; 1 Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Cited by: We aim to meet the needs of the public and stakeholders who represent the diverse communities of Scotland.
Equality and diversity is about the recognition of difference in its widest sense. Download our mainstreaming equalities and equality outcomes framework (PDF MB) Download our equality outcomes plan (PDF KB) Monitoring our impact.
Racial equality awareness training for NHS Borders staff - - 13 11 Information on specific health care services - - - - 14 The NHS Borders /09 Racial Equality Action Plan: - 15 implementing the Race Equality Scheme Consultation on the Race Equality Scheme - - - - The King’s Fund followed this work up with A model policy for equal opportunities in employment in the NHS, the product of a joint initiative between The King’s Fund and the Department of Health.
Racial equality: the nursing profession cited evidence of racial inequality and examined how job applications from black and minority ethnic. The NHS has had an uneasy relationship with migrant staff − especially those from non-white former British colonies and Commonwealth countries.
When there is demand for skilled staff, the NHS turns to overseas recruitment as a policy solution − usually India, Pakistan or the Caribbean, even though those countries sorely need such skills. But having brought diverse minorities into. Fairness at work A guide for healthcare managers An eBook written by Roger Kline, exclusively for the IHM (which is part of NHS staff contracts) summarises the rights and obligations of NHS staff.
Employers must ensure (Section 4a) NHS employers have statutory equality duties set out in broad principle within their. This month NHS England reported on how work to improve race equality in NHS trusts has been going.1 NHS staff from black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds are much more likely to be disciplined than white staff.
In 74% of the trusts analysed, BME staff were more likely to enter the disciplinary process than white staff. In London, BME Author: Abi Rimmer. Inclusion, equality and diversity Introduction Text: We hold the principles of equality and inclusion at the heart of everything we do and all that we stand for – the NHS is a universal service and we are committed to developing a leadership community which is.
NHS reforms could tackle the racial inequalities in mental health services Patrick Vernon Wed 6 Apr EDT First published on Wed 6 Apr EDTAuthor: Patrick Vernon. The recent NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard Data Analysis Report for NHS Trusts published only a matter of weeks ago showed that black and ethnic minority (BME) NHS contracts and racial equality book were more likely to be bullied than their white counterparts.
In particular the report mentioned that the number of executives and chairs from a BME background has. And if we look at racial equality, our leadership within the NHS looks spectacularly un-diverse, uniform in fact.
40% of hospital doctors and 20% of nurses in the NHS are from a black or ethnic Author: Department of Health And Social Care. The NHS workforce race equality standard has been adopted by the health service because, according to every indicator, the treatment of BME staff is worse than that of white staff, and is not improving.
‘There needs to be renewed scrutiny of discrimination in the treatment of. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) believes in fairness, equality and above all values diversity in all aspects of its work.
We recognise that to deliver good equality practice and to. • Fairness and equality in the system • Improved patient satisfaction • NHS constitution objective • Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) • *For every 1 s.d point of increased engagement there are % less deaths in acute hospitals • Improved patient safety • *For every 1 s.d point of increased engagement there is a saving of.
Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights NHS Governance CRER is an independent NGO working to eliminate racial discrimination and promote racial justice across Scotland.
Through capacity building, research and campaigning activities which respond to the needs of communities, our work takes a strategic approach to tackling deep rooted issues of.
Diversity is about recognising and valuing differences through inclusion, regardless of age, disability, gender, racial origin, religion, belief, sexual orientation, commitments. The NHS Equality Delivery System The Equality Delivery System (EDS) is a toolkit and framework for assessing how NHS organisations are performing with regard to equality, diversity and human rights; how they can improve; and how they get to where they want to be.
By using the EDS we will be able to meet the requirements of the Equality Act Equality Act () - Public Sector Equality Duty The Equality Act (the Act) replaces previous anti-discrimination laws with a single Act.
The Act’s aim is to simplify the law, remove inconsistencies and make it easier for people to understand and comply with, as well as strengthening the law to help tackle discrimination and inequality.
Kirsty Morrison looks at the history of equality and diversity in the NHS, and The King's Fund's work on this issue. By Kirsty Morrison - 24 July Discrimination and NHS staff: stepping bravely into the grey.
Mandip Kaur asks how we can have open and honest conversations about difference and what it is like to be discriminated against. The standard is about embedding equality and human rights across the functions and delivery of services recognising the diversity of the population and rights of individuals under equality, diversity and human rights legislation.
Black British people are British citizens of either Black African descent, or of Black African-Caribbean (sometimes called "Afro-Caribbean") background and include people with mixed ancestry from either group.
The term Black British developed in the s, referring to the Black British West Indian people from the former Caribbean British colonies in the West Indies (i.e., England: 1, (%) ( census). Service (“the NHS”) (“the new contract”) in order to assist the Secretary of State for Health (“the SoS”) in giving effect to his Public Sector Equality Duty (“the PSED”) under s of the Equality Act (“EqA”).
This requires the SoS to have due regard to each of the statutory equality objectives (or strands) set out in sFile Size: KB. IMPROVING RACE EQUALITY IN THE NHS. Achieving race equality is a challenge that the NHS must address with national moves to ensure trusts not only understand their position but have clear plans for improvement.
The NHS race equality challenge is well documented. While BME staff report good levels of motivation and satisfaction with their work. EDS2 grading and equality objective report Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust EDS2 report EDS grading review and objectives report EDS outcomes and grades EDS outcomes and grades Equality objectives Equality objectives for Equality objectives for /15 Equality objectives for / Equality analysis.
NHS UK the main NHS site. NHS Scotland pharmacy issues and pharmaceutical care in Scotland. NHS Northern Ireland; NHS Wales includes a consultation on pharmacy strategy in Wales.
National Prescribing Centre details of the NPC and publications. Commission for Racial Equality Lastest positions on Race Relations Act and ammending regulations. Equality, diversity and human rights are embedded in all aspects of the NHS in Wales through the Values and Standards of Behaviour Framework, Standard 2 of the Healthcare Standards for Wales and the Governance Framework.
They are also terms used to define values of society, enshrined in UK Legislation, and UN seek to promote equality of opportunity for. The Equality Act () places an Equality Duty on public bodies, including NHS bodies such as the Trust which encourages us to engage with the diverse communities affected by our activities to ensure that policies and services are appropriate and accessible to all.
The Equality Act covers nine protected characteristics, which cannot be used as aFile Size: 1MB. Equality Act - equality compliance The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust (Royal Free) has a longstanding commitment to ensuring that our services and employment practices are fair, accessible and appropriate for all patients, visitors and carers we serve, as well as the talented and diverse workforce we employ.
BMA policy recommendations on how to reduce bullying and harassment and create a more positive culture in the NHS and medical profession. Discrimination Guidance on what discrimination is, what to do if you are being discriminated against, and how to make a complaint.
NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) Report & Action Plan 6 Ethnic Group Number % % Total Staff by Ethnicity 31 March 15% % BME White Not stated BME White Not stated / Other Total % % % % The Workforce Race Equality Standard which came into effect on 1st April Format of the Standard Contract •The Contract comprises three sections: • General Conditions set out national terms that apply in all contracts • Service Conditions set out national terms that apply where specific services are being.
The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust aims to deliver healthcare services that are fair to all users. The services delivered should be appropriate to everyone’s needs regardless of age, disability, gender re-assignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race including nationality and ethnicity, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
Equality Reports In the Trust Board agreed a single Equality Scheme. This brought together the existing schemes for Race, Disability and Gender and extended this to include Sexual Orientation, Religion or Belief, Age and Gender Identity.
Equality and diversity patients and service users The trust is committed to the fair treatment of all patients and service users, regardless of age, colour, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender reassignment, nationality, race, religion or belief, responsibility for dependents, sexual orientation, or any other personal characteristics.
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In this section you can find information and reports relating to: Annual Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) Equality Delivery System 2 (EDS 2) NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) Accessible Information Standards The Equality Framework for Local Government (EFLG) As we are a new partnership organisation, we are currently developing our Equality and Diversity .Equality, Diversity & Human Rights Policy Version 1 Date: November Author: Rebecca Ridsdale (Assistant Director of HR, Reward) Page 4 of 14 Page 4 of 14Page 4 of 14 4 of 27 1.
INTRODUCTION This Policy sets out University Hospital Bristol NHS Foundations Trust’s (UHFile Size: KB.We are committed to going beyond our the legal requirements by ensuring we make equality, diversity and human rights integral to all of our decisions.
We are therefore implementing the Equality Diversity System (EDS) as agreed by the NHS Equality and Diversity Council (EDC) and the Department of Health and have also published our Workforce Race.